Resources

We want to help you to get more people walking. Browse our key publications, guidance documents and reports. Choose a category from the drop down menu or search for a keyword.

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13.07.2016

Living Streets annual report 2015 | About Us

Report and financial statements, 2015

28.07.2016

Sharing the Space | Policy

A study of four shared-use paths in London, March 2016.

19.08.2016

The Streets are ours too | Policy

Addressing barriers to active school travel for young D/deaf and disabled people

22.08.2016

Campaign for a new crossing | Campaigning materials

Here's a handy guide on what to do and who to ask for help if you think you need a new crossing in your area. As a campaigner your role is to establish a clear need for the crossing with the backing of the local community with the aim of getting the Council to do a survey of the proposed site.

22.08.2016

Need a new crossing? | Campaigning materials

If you think you need a new crossing outside your school, on your road or near your local shops, it is really important that with every site where there is need for a crossing, is assessed and that the local context in taken into account. Every road and each community is different, and the needs of local people should be taken into account. Here's a list of things to consider.

22.08.2016

Is your crossing up to scratch? | Campaigning materials

Everyone should be able to cross the road safely, directly, and without delay. But does your local crossing make the grade? This handy checklist will help you assess any signalized crossing.

22.08.2016

Make your community fitter for walking | Campaigning materials

Living Streets Street Review guidance

22.08.2016

Feel good reasons to walk | Campaigning materials

We know that walking regularly doesn’t just make people feel healthier, it has a huge impact on our quality of life.

22.08.2016

Take a little walk, make a big difference | Campaigning materials

Six easy actions to get more walking into your day.

04.03.2016

Pedestrian Pound | Policy

Our policy report on the 'Pedestrian Pound'.